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#26 - ******* legend Goffin's Cockatoo  [+] (4 replies) 12/11/2015 on Bunch of webms +62
#57 - undreamtstorm (12/12/2015) [-]
#58 - abatror (12/12/2015) [-]
Actually You're right
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#42 - gaddy (12/11/2015) [-]
Parroticus Legendioso Fu**
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#27 - sixtysixandsix (12/11/2015) [-]
ty m8
#16 - Alex did a lot to show how intelligent parrots can be.  [+] (4 replies) 03/19/2015 on Random Interesting Facts... +14
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#57 - hotschurl (03/19/2015) [-]
this is freakin amazing, i always thought parrots just mimic words they hear, i didn't know that they actually talk, as in they knowing what they're saying and actually communicate with humans
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#76 - angelious (03/19/2015) [-]
the more interesting part is that it asked a question.


from what i have heard no other animal actually asks questions from people since their brain power is on a level of 3 to 2 year old.
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#80 - hotschurl (03/19/2015) [-]
asking questions isn't that uncommon for animals that have a way of communicating with humans, but asking questiosn about themselves is what's baffling since most animals aren't usually self-aware, or at least that's what we thought for a long time
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#81 - angelious (03/19/2015) [-]
animals have the same approach to life as 3 year olds.

they assume we know the same things that they know. and thus dont ask questions.
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